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The quilts listed on this page were created using raw edge collage, fused and stitched to the base layer. Click on any image to open a slideshow that displays larger sizes of the quilts. The slideshow includes options to view images full screen by clicking on the square icon in the upper left corner of the screen. Visit the Quilts for Sale page to view the current list of quilts for purchase.

Mount Mansfield: Chin To Nose

Mount Mansfield: Chin to Nose

Mt. Mansfield: Chin to Nose – 36”H X 46”W. Cotton. Based on my own photo taken from the summit of Mount Mansfield, 2012.
Katie

Katie

Katie – 24”H X 28”W. Cotton. Katie was the perfect canine model: regal, calm and very fuzzy. Based on photo by Paul Otenti, 2013.
Octopus' Garden

Octopus’ Garden

Octopus’ Garden – 16”H X 19”W. Cotton, rayon, synthetics. A whimsical improvisational underwater garden, using a generous dose of metallic threads and fabric.
Cambridge Icon

Cambridge Icon

Cambridge Icon – 16”H X 21”W. Cotton. This image shows the Porter Barn in the foreground, with Mount Mansfield behind it.
Winter Sill

Winter Sill

Winter Sill – 23”H X 35”W. Cotton. A splash of color on a winter window sill. Yes, that is a single line of bright pink piping along the right edge!
Wild Garlic

Wild Garlic

Wild Garlic Along the South Cotswold Way - 35"H X 43"W. Cotton, raw edge collage and piecing. Based on photo by Katherine Quimby Johnson.
From The Garden Of The Giants

From the Garden of the Giants

From the Garden of the Giants. 21”H X 23”W. Vintage cotton and silk. The title was inspired by the name of the orchid sanctuary in Fiji, home to thousands of orchid varieties. This could be one of them.
Dazzling Dahlia

Dazzling Dahlia

Dazzling Dahlia – 25”H X 24.5”W. Cotton, synthetics, paint. Based on pattern by Barbara Olson. The paint was an essential part of enhancing the light source, determined after the collage was complete!
Velda's Heron

Velda’s Heron

Velda’s Heron – 16”H X 36”W. Cotton. A wary glare from a majestic bird. Based on pattern designed by Velda Newman.
Emulation And Translation

Emulation and Translation

Emulation and Translation – 11”H X 26”W. Cotton, synthetics. My homage to Lauren Harris, Canadian painter. Based on his painting “Clouds, Lake Superior”, 1923.
June Blooms At Shelburne Farms

June Blooms at Shelburne Farms

June Blooms at Shelburne Farms, an 8-panel collaborative quilt. Cotton, synthetics. 42”H X 96”W. Quilters from left to right: Anne Standish, Alexandra Nickerson, Helen Irwin, Janet Brunet, Jeannette Harrison, Wilma Gatti, Angela Miller, Pamela Farnsworth.
Great Blue

Great Blue

Great Blue - 29”H X 25”W. Cotton, synthetics, paint. Based on photo by Lorraine Van Buren.
Bloom Where You Are Planted

Bloom Where you are Planted

Bloom Where you are Planted – 24”H X 18”W. Improvisational free form raw edge collage, utilizing sheer synthetic fabrics, based on a photograph of my late August blooms.
Barred Owl

Barred Owl

Barred Owl - 24”H X 17”W. Cotton, synthetics. Based on photo by David Spence, Spring, 2017.
Great Egret

Great Egret

Great Egret – 40”H X 24”W. Silk, cotton and synthetic fabric, synthetic yarn. Based on photo by Cat McKeen, 2006.
Still Life

Still Life

Still Life – 21”H X 11”W. Cotton, Sheer synthetics.
She Said She’d Be Right Back-image Of Cardinal

She Said She’d Be Right Back

She Said She’d Be Right Back - 16"H X 10"W. Vintage silk, satin, velvet on hand dyed cotton background. This handsome male cardinal is all dressed up and ready for spring. His expression suggests that he is all knowing but, will she be back? Based on a photo by Carlos Escamilla.
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